Gabrielle Hahn Lopez
Gabrielle Hahn Lopez is a masters graduate of European Studies in Governance and Regulation at the University of Bonn in Germany. She previously worked for the European Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines (ECCP) as a team lead researcher for development projects. Gabrielle’s areas of interest are public policy, conflict transformation and peacebuilding.
Nikolas Kockelmann studied European Studies in Amsterdam and Mexico City and is currently a Master Student at the Center for European Integration Studies in Bonn, Germany. Besides a broad focus on European affairs, he has co-worked with his professors on German foreign policy and migration issues.
Jean-Vladimir Deniau has studied philosophy, business and European affairs. Having lived in diverse countries gives him a unique point of view on global affairs. You can also here about him on his website: jeanvladimirdeniau.com
Dewi Idam Sari
Dewi Idam Sari holds a master’s degree of European Studies at the University of Bonn in Germany. Previously, she studied the Master of Development Studies at Université Paris 1 in France and the Bachelor of International Relations at Padjadjaran University in Indonesia. She has been actively involved in climate action activities since her role at the Indonesian Council on Climate Change. She completed a traineeship at the UNFCCC in Bonn, and she is a Climate Reality Leader trained by Al-Gore. Her area of interests mainly relates to international development cooperation, particularly climate policy.
Cillian O'Gara is a law graduate of Maynooth University in Ireland, and was a master student of European Studies at the University of Bonn in Germany. He has previously worked in various roles across Europe, North America and Asia in the private and public sectors. Cillian's areas of interest lie in geopolitics, the environment and energy security among others.
Colin von Ciriacy-Wantrup
Colin von Ciriacy-Wantrup is the founder of the EU Times. He studied the master's programme of European Studies at the University of Bonn in Germany. He currently works at the German Corporation for International Cooperation. Previously he had worked in various roles across Europe, North America and Australia in the private and public sector. Colin's areas of interest lie in the EU external relations, the environment and the development of Latin America.